Legendary Punk Designer Natasha is back with a stylishly seductive new line that dares the nightlife to be as exciting as those who wear her clothes. Natasha's trademark look originiated in the late 70's 'Punk Scene' that emerged on St. Mark's place in the New York City.
She was well known among the famous and trend setters of the day and was featured in Newsweek Magazine. She was one of the first designers to make clothing out of zippers, spandex, leather and vinyl. Her spandex pants became the staple for girls and guys in the music and club scene for the next 10-15 years and started a major trend in stretch clothing.
She then took her punk look and combined it with a high fashion statement. Club people and musicians, many famous, wore her clothes. She made Joey Ramones' leather jacket and Debbie Harry of 'Blondie" wore her dresses. The green leather suit that she made for Frank Infante of "Blondie" is now hanging in the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame.
Her look is now once again going to change fashion and nightlife, it is and has always been stylishly seductive, dangerously glamorous.